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  • RIGHT-ANGLE WEAVE / PEYOTE STITCH / NETTING

    Ring around the

    Create a cleverly constructed beaded bead using a wood barrel, seed beads, and

    fire-polished beads.

    designed by Fatima Mensen-Potter

    change it upAlter the look by interchanging pearls, crystals, and fire-polished beads of the same size within the design.

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    2016 Kalmbach Publishing Co. This material may not be reproduced in any form without permission from the publisher.

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    RAW center ring1 On a comfortable length of thread, pick up four 4 mm pearls, leaving a 6in. (15 cm) tail. Sew through the first three beads again to form a ring (figure 1, ab). Picking up three pearls per stitch, work a total of 11 or 12 right-angle weave (RAW) stitches (bc).2 Form the strip into a ring: Wrap the strip around the center of the wood barrel bead, pick up a pearl, and sew through the end bead of the first stitch (figure 2, ab). Pick up a pearl, and sew through the end pearl of the last stitch (bc). Test the fit, and make adjustments if necessary. Its okay if the ring fits slightly loosely around the cen-ter of the barrel as the beadwork will cinch up when future rounds of peyote stitch are added. Retrace the thread path to reinforce the join (not shown in the figure for clarity), and continue through the adjacent edge bead of the same stitch (cd). 3 Pick up an 80 seed bead, and sew through the next edge pearl (de). Repeat this stitch to complete the round.

    4 Sew through the beadwork to exit a pearl on the opposite edge. Work as in step 3 to add 80s on this edge of the ring (photo above), and then sew through the first 80 added at the start of this step.5 Add an embellishment on top of each RAW stitch: Pick up a 150 seed bead, an 110 seed bead, a 4 mm bicone crystal, an 110, and a 150. Cross the RAW stitch diagonally, and sew through the corresponding 80 on the other edge, going in the same direction (figure 3, ab). Sew through

    Difficulty rating

    Materialsblue/silver bead 1716 in. x 138 in. (3.7 x 3.5 cm) 1 32 x 22 mm wood barrel bead with a 9 mm hole (www.thebeadedbead.etsy.com) 39 4 mm pearls (Swarovski or Preciosa, white) 13 4 mm bicone crystals (Swarovski, crystal AB) 26 4 mm fire-polished beads (jet) 3 mm fire-polished beads

    - 52 color A (silver half coat) - 26 color B (jet AB)

    1 g 80 seed beads (Preciosa, jet hematite) 1 g 110 seed beads (Toho 21F, frosted silver-lined crystal) 1 g 150 seed beads (Miyuki 451, metallic hematite) Fireline, 6 lb. test beading needles, #11 or #12

    multi-colored bead colors 36 4 mm pearls (Preciosa, bronze) 12 4 mm bicone crystals (Swarovski, fuchsia AB2X) 24 4 mm fire-polished beads (azurite halo fire) 3 mm fire-polished beads

    - 48 color A (tanzanite AB) - 24 color B (olivine AB)

    80 seed beads (Toho 945, jonquil mint julep-lined) 110 seed beads (Toho 377, teal-lined aqua) 150 seed beads (Toho PF562, galvanized saffron)

    FIGURE 1

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    FIGURE 3

    FIGURE 4

    variable sizeTo accommodate slight variances in the diameter of the wood barrel beads and pearls, the number of RAW stitches might need to be adjusted up or down to fit properly around the center of the barrel. The blue/silver bead started with a flat strip of 12 RAW stitches before being joined into a ring, and the other two beads started with 11 RAW stitches.

    get a grip For extra stability, slide the barrel onto a pen or marker, and use your fingers to grasp the beadwork, keeping it centered on the barrel while working.

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    80 seed bead

    150 seed bead

    110 seed bead

    4 mm bicone crystal

    3 mm fire-polished bead, color A

    4 mm fire-polished bead

    3 mm fire-polished bead, color B

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    Fatima Mensen-Potter has been an art lover as long as she can remember. Brazilian by birth, American citizen by choice, she resides in Bradenton, Florida, and loves to create jewelry following European trends. She teaches at several bead shops in Florida and at the To Bead True Blue show in Tucson, Arizona. Contact Fatima at www.shewalksincrystal.etsy.com or www.shewalksincrystal.com.

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    pink/gold bead colors 36 4 mm pearls (Swarovski, powder rose) 4 mm bicone crystals (Swarovski)

    - 12 light rose - 24 rosaline (in place of 4 mm

    fire-polished beads) 3 mm beads

    - 48 bicone crystals, color A (Preciosa, golden flare 2X) - 24 fire-polished beads, color B (gold)

    80 seed beads (Toho 221, bronze) 110 seed beads (Toho 221, bronze) 150 seed beads (Toho 221, bronze)

    Basics peyote stitch: tubular right-angle weave: flat strip, forming a strip into a ring ending and adding thread square knot

    the adjacent center pearl, and continue through the next 80 on the original edge with the needle facing away from the beads just added (bc). 6 Work as in step 5 to add embellish-ment sets on top of each RAW stitch (cd). End and add thread as needed. End the tail, but not the working thread.

    SidesTo keep the beadwork tension evenly distributed around the barrel, you will be using two working threads to work mirror image rounds of tubular netting/peyote on each side of the RAW center ring.1 Add a comfortable length of thread to the beadwork, exiting the edge 80 opposite the existing working thread. 2 Work in rounds using one thread to complete the round on one side of the RAW center and then using the other working thread to repeat the round on the opposite side of the ring.Round 1: With either working thread, pick up an 110, a color A 3 mm fire-polished bead, and an 110, skip the next pearl, and sew through the following 80 (figure 4, ab). Repeat this stitch to compete the round, and step up through the first 110 and A added in this round (bc). Round 2: With either working thread, pick up an A, and sew through the next A in the previous round (cd). Pull the thread tight. Repeat this stitch to com-plete the round, and step up through the first A added in this round (de). The beadwork will start to cinch after

    this and future rounds are completed.Round 3: With either working thread, pick up a 150, an 110, and a 150, and sew through the next A in the previous round (ef). Repeat this stitch to com-plete the round, and step up through the first 150 and 110 added (fg). Round 4: With either working thread, pick up a 4 mm fire-polished bead, and sew through the next 110 in the previous round (gh). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first 4 mm fire-polished bead added (hi). Round 5: With either working thread, pick up a 150, and sew through the next 4 mm fire-polished bead in the previous round (ij). Repeat this stitch to com-plete the round, and step up through the first 150 added (jk). Round 6: Pick up five 150s, and sew through the next 150 in the previous round (figure 5, ab). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first three 150s added (bc). Round 7: Pick up a color B 3 mm fire-polished bead, and sew through the next center 150 in the previous round (cd). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first B added (de). Round 8: Pick up an 110, and sew through the next B in the previous round (ef). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first 110 added (fg). Round 9: Pick up three 150s, and sew through the next 110 in the previous round (gh). Repeat this stitch to com-plete the round, and step up through the first two 150s added (hi).Round 10: Pick up an 110, and sew through the next center 150 in the previous round (ij). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first 110 added (jk).Round 11: Pick up a 150, and sew through the next 110 in the previous round (kl). Repeat this stitch to complete the round, and step up through the first 150 added (lm). Pull the thread tight, and retrace the thread path to cinch the beads. End the working threads. w